A colourful Easter brunch

For this year’s Easter brunch, we focused on incorporating many pastel colours. The menu included rainbow pancakes, maple sausage, an incredible fruit spread, macarons and of course bunny chow… more»

blondewalk bunny chow

Considering Easter is only a few weeks away, we wanted to share our favourite Easter treat – bunny chow! You only need four ingredients and it is incredibly simple to put together…more»

End of summer popsicles

With August coming to an end, we are trying to make the most of our last few weeks of sunshine. Popsicles are one summer treat that we cannot get enough of and we like to think of them as a healthier alternative to ice cream… more»

Yiyin’s chicken pot pie

Savory pies are something we are unfamiliar with making, so we reached out to the best. Today Yiyin shares her recipe for a comforting-fave, chicken pot pie… more»

Tomato, tomahto

This caprese tart recipe, adapted from one we discovered in a Sweet Paul magazine, we will be repeat all summer long… more»

Croissant french toast

A great way to celebrate Mom is by treating her and the family to a decadent home cooked meal – in our case, brunch always wins. We love hosting oppose to dining out because we can control the details and make the guests feel extra loved… more»

Roasted tomato soup

Sprouted Kitchen’s roasted tomato soup recipe is one of our all-time favourites – it is bright in colour and full of flavour. It takes a bit extra time to roast the tomatoes, but it is well worth it.. more»

The only bread recipe you’ll ever need

There is nothing better than the aroma of freshly baked bread, especially on a frigid winter day. The task of baking bread from scratch can sound daunting, but this recipe is tried and true and is the only one you will ever need… more»

Holiday traditions: Norwegian lefse

Making lefse during the holidays is a Scandinavian tradition we have done since we were babies. This year, there were four generations in the kitchen rolling lefse dough – what a gift… more»

Eating seasonally – through pie: Sweet potato

Watch out, pumpkin! Sweet potato pie is here. We never would have guessed this pie could surpass the excellence of pumpkin, but it just might have. While a little more labour than pumpkin, we promise – it’s worth it… more»